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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HEIULD MONDAY-, MAY Unclaimed Balances for the Patriotic Fund On Wednesday, May in the House pt Commons D_ C- Ross O'esi moved; "That. In the opinion ol ihis House. to these unclaimed balances. They would not suffer it they lost them. The president ot the rjtrkllr Xuad does nol seem 10 think that llie luncl is In reed of the money there are it is thai uut'lainied present In tho Chartered Uauts OT uiher patriotic iliai aro lu Canada should be trauefcrred to ihe ot surb as tolgiiiu Kellrt Fund, tmd ibo lied and ino Patriotic Fuctl dot's not iraut it "by h Uie UelteE ot the Patriotic Fxin] to lie used for the usual patriotic es. lu the debate which followed. W. A. Buchanan, M.H, participated. Hansard remarks as follows: or the lied Cross t Those orsauiia- llons aro in aped. the are not need and it we decide lo like Ihif Mr. Speaker I am greatly m favor aw them have a per- this resolution. 1 am no, alamcd risht to do so. 1 st.nier.mK the view that my Iron, friend 1 mat in this country we Jo not realiie the Minister of Hnance tSlr Thomas Whiiel takes thai this is ia ihe ni- turo oi a confiscallod. Tnc Mnks ac- cept ts a right what ta siven to them liy tho Pnrliament of Canada: they have a right lo usa these funds through th? Dan's An. That risat wa? Kiveu to them by this Parliament uud 1 maintain that ve have a right to pay later whether such funds can be ft taken away from them and used Tor tomt other purpose. Sir Thomas White: I did no! ques- tion ihe right ol Parliament. Mr. Uuchanau: I believe the mon- ry 3s, or will be, needed for ibe Patri- otic Fond. 1 bare been active on liaK of the Patriotic Fund Irom the first, and 1 have founi that ihe peo- ple who are giving year after year nre the same people, li an increased cUotnenL is made to a district these pame -people are giving an increased Ejnount each year. We find hundreds and hundreds ot shirkers throughout ihe whole ol Canada, not only, id ray own province, but everywhere, men. of wealth, who arc not giving a ceni to the Patriotic Fund, the Red Cress, or any olher organization. We have reached a stage where I believe we Trill have to resort lo some other means, if the war continues, to raise a patriotic fund. I would like to sec tome means ot reaching the- people Tvho nre shirking- It is all right to get fit the wealth of. the ccunfry by. the method of iaialion adopted by the JUnislcr of Finance but there are lots of people we arc not getting at ID that way who are making money out ol the irar and who are not contributing any- thing- As to the banks being generous (o (he fnnd, as my friend the member lor St. Antoine (Sir Herbert Ames) ar- gues, tie banks have lots of money ai the present lime, any amount of- li. snd they have a perfect right 10 be generous. They have great powers and great privileges given to them by this Parliament and ibey soontd gfre generously; moro so perhnps than any other Inslllution in the country. In my judgment, the banks Jiare no right NOAPPET1TE-L1TTLESLEEP Symplons of a Run-Down Condition, We Have a ask veafe, ma-down per- son .in Leihbrldgc to. try our, Vinol. tviLh the understanding that their money vrlll be returned If-it does not re establish their health. Letters lite give us "i'tin in'lhe millinery fcasfness and on .my feet most of the time. I so weak and ron-dovrn that I lost mj appetite.and was unable to-sleep, had cold and lest my col- or. 7 learned _abbuL Vinol' through a and within three wueta.after T___it '.I noticed an koid toon gained In and Etrttclb. am Vinol tojny friends .and they also speak htfJUr ot It." Catherine Hoar, West .Cbwter, If. Y. la, hundreds of. cases where old- ilial we are particlpaiing in a Rnd we can establish urece- and can do limits thai were nev- er heard of presume it is under the War Measures Acl lo do a freai many things that were never done before. H would be pos- sible to Bfiy cent, ot Ihe i of Canada it we wanted lo use 10 hefp caa eauntry at rbis tioie, There is noihing unusual In demand- jog al this particular lime that this money should be used by the country (or patriotic purposes and iu carrying on tbe war. 1 am in hearty sympathy 'ar'-th the resolution moved by my hnn. (riend -Cram Middlesex. 5. FOSTER, OF Splendid Type of Young FROit FtONT PiGB) quite evident traclor hns come to stay, llie simple coaslmc- clon. Kith the lotr of fuel, mabes U TT.ihin the reach oi all who bare OTer 100 acres of land under cultiva- tion. WRENTHAM. Wrentham. Mar sowing is.practically finished In thlsjislrict, with, an acreage foliy as largo as last year. The -wheat sown In April is coming up and promises-- a good The warm weather of the past week is farcins pastures to llie front; thus relieving the sheep ranchers of considerable worry, while the farmers are taking advantage of same in burning slubblc. CHAMPION Champion, May 12. The past week has proved very beneficial to the farm- ers. Tte wheat crop is now all in, ivlth a. lew cicspUons; and the farm' are well under Tray with their 03.1s and other crops. In many places llio wheat is mating a good showing already The past week has proved a busv one at the school. We have now over a thousand tree snoots In. Friday wag spenl'hy Ihe pupils, in gardening, and wort in levelling the grounds around ILeMrces. The tree planting Is certainly a in the right direc- tion. -Since the seeding bas been com- pleted, by- many ol ine farmers; they have been bringing In their surplus of their last KheatT and keep- In? the elevators busy. There has beeu a good s apply o[ wheat for some time1, -v -Had Wounded Ifefore (from Our Oirn MBcleoJ, May Macleod men are on tb'e list the vast week. remember thai Macleod and dis- trict sent Un> largest number of nien Cor the population of any small area ;S; tirst of eulisl- fag. gave tbe boys freely, ifo save uiauy. They have given a good account or themselves, havo paU the price with their lives, soiue are in hosp'lals. a tew invalided home. In ths last List of killed In action Is reported a young man well kuowu in Macleod and district. Chris Foster. who came to this country Dine years ago with his parents tmd family. Ho was a groat gardener, an In- terest in every ploi ot ground aQd pursuadlng the owners to plant some- thing, lo beautify this earth, and he would say. "if you only plant potatoes it will loot better." Chris Foster oiued the 13lh add went overseas, he was iiBnsferrprJ 10 nnoilier seni to ttance, in several eu- jagements. and in December, l9Ui, wounded and sent lo a hospital. He soon recovered and returned to lUc trenches was reported a prUoner ol war and now officially reported killed n actfon. He .was a young man of sterling ehnracter, only years of age. and tbe boy of the home. His Barents reside 12 miles south of Mac- cod, to whom are exteniled tlis sym- pathy of their many friends, 'ills Brother William, who enlisted ID 13. C.. basi lust been invalided home, he- i ng wounded iu tbe hand with shrap- nel, and is now In hospital Van- couver, D. C. Pte. Ross, enlisted with the 13th and went overseas, Is reported killed In action In ihe great Vitny Ridge cattle. Before en If sting ne was- an employee of Uie'C- p. H- at Macleod. He leaves a wife and child in Macleod to mourn his loss. Dr. and Mrs. Eraser motored to Lethbridge lo Master Jack Mac- donald who Is ill in the Lelhbridse hospital. He ig the son of Inspector Macdonald of the Royal Is'orlli West Mounted Police, Cardslon. Miss SJaler of the hospital staff. 3s leaving at tho cud cf tbe momh to accept a. position in the hospital at Bow Island. Mrs. O. C- Edwards, vfoc-president of the local council of women for Alberta, arrived home yesterday from Everett. U, S., was recorded this weei, Mr. and Mre. finch were known In Maclcwl.' having lived In thla dlslrlcl sovertl years. K, 11. HUlknl o[ Iho IPlsl, s Joined the forestry Datlallon, Jeft-for orcifras last lit charge of a drattffor thai butlallou. Jr.v'who has (or two years lu tbe Kolhwell ulslrlcl, left for his home In- Michigan, U.S.A. last week. Mother's 'li ihe Presbylerlau and Afethoaist cburches was celebrated in the iitornlug scr-.iccs "i'.b music and sermons. The girls' choir in Methodist church was a great sllracllou tn tho morning, ns tliey have now lion rocoEulicd as tho youngest and largcsl choir o[ girls In (he district. Uuslness men in Macleod liegao the first Wednesday in Mav Ihelr flrsl imif til tho end of September, 1917. Oltlrlct Melting. The district incllng of the Maclrod district ol tho Mclbodlst church, was I! reon Word received on Frlilav lust. Scarle. diluted with a Klltlu L-atollou. gulus overseas last Ail.' Tt-.c lived lu Southern Alherla tor 14 years, port of tho Hme M Ornjsy Lato be- fore iDovlue to Ixthbrldge. Fie. Searle was of ybiins uiau. IS of ago when lie en- listed, and did uot Lesltalo vheu Lie beramo convinced It vvai Us duly to engage In the strugglo tor civiliza- tion. Wounded. W. H. Irivln, clerk of Ihe district court, lias bceu notified from Ottawa, SPRINGS Iron Springs, May weather daring the past week has been execUy jrliaL has been desired. It might almost he said to be made to order weather. The result Is that practic- ally all the wheat Is In, and a fair ,ed cod liver oil, emulsions, and amount of the other crops arc now T ihe wheat. Is above he ground and In sonic places the elds are beginning to look quite other Umlcs have Tailed to restore Strength and health. Vinol has suc- ceeded, because while It contains cod liver, peptone, irofl .and man- ganese peptoaates sly.eerophos- thatee, its 'good .work Is not retarded by useless Crease and J. D. Hlg- labctham Ox, LeLh- t ridge. Also at the beat druggUu Jn Alberta Advertisement. ScwoCSoflve CURES SKIN AFFECTIONS DM pffkiff prorci It. Sold and Bleed bj' above Viool d SOLD- 5--LETTER green. Another vv'eek pf such .weather and ''a big difference will be seen in :he general appearance of the crop. 'COALDALE Coalrialc. May During (he last week crops have made a' most remark- able growth. In some cases over an nch Jn twenty-four hours has been recorded. Many fields ere cred with a carpet of green. Meadovr lands are progressing equally The absence or hoi dry wlnda ivo far, tearing the young plants abund- ontly supplied with moisture. The uann tempcralurc of the last week ha's been mosl favorable lo growth. A good many, vrfll have finUhed seeding hy lonfghl, while a constder- Pfyi Dr, Cawell't Tablets Have X' Him Fit Through Two tiipper A- Hartley, of the A Com- bany, Canadian Engineers, whose address la 90S Trafalgar Street, London. Ontario, Is one of many who UTO written In praise of Dr. Caasell'a says: '-As ft constant uaer K: Dr. Cusell'B Tablets, I would like add my testimony to their value, I them when I TTBH In the South African finding the fcf .'them there, nave taken them since whenever I felt run clown. I rtcommpncl them, lor-I know that they that (3 cUfmed tor them, ID my BpWilon tliey are tho best any- one can Uho for loss of appetite, poor ot the blood or general wi ayfitem." A free sample of Dr. Cassell'a Tab- fett will be ftnt to you en receipt of 6 for mailing and packing. Ad- drieti: Harold F. Ritchie Co., Ltd., fO.McCaul Street, Toronto, CafiaeH's Tablets are the surest Iqirie remedy for Dyspepsia, Kldocy Trouble, SleeplcsBneiji, Anaemia, AJlmenta, Nerve Paralyslg, >alpltatlon and Weakness ID Chlld- Specially valuable for nursing nWhers and during (be critical per- life. Sold by dniggl3t3 and IhrougTiout Canada >rices: One fa be, 60 cents; sU MVilhe price of fire. Ueware ot Imlta Mns Said to contain hypophospnUes, position .of sell's Tbb e'U' W proprietors, rd no' Itnltalloaa over the "'f J' Mjte Dr. IheU in ihe church liall, Maclcoa, oil'that Ms sou, rte. I.elghtou Offloy Friday May nth. Iteiireseutatlvcs I Irvvln was ailullltcd to Ihe 3rd Can- frotn all llio churches yjro iiresenUjadlau Itospilal. llouloEne, on llio 5tli and a very satisfactory rciwrl of the Mactcod illstrict will BO la the con- ference which will be helil in Calgnry early in June- Mr, and Mrs. Duffteld ol Spring- ridge, who .vtero delegates to llio nls- trfet meeting are speeding a few days ID Macleod vislling frienas. Mr. nuffield reports seeding la Ills parl of liio country almost finished, snd, a largo crop is looked for lu all the. various grains that have been sown. L'dmonien, spent [he winter with her son Professor >lulr Edwards of the University o7 Alterta. Mrs. Fdwards has recently compiled a Tery Interesting little book. "The Leg- al Status of women ID Alberta." as Viown, "by extracts Irom Dominion nnd provincial laws. The sale of land continues. The sale of several quarters slid half sec- tions during the "past week are re- ported, and a fair amount of cash being paid on each sale. Lieut, Vkkeroy, who enlisted in the S2nd was Killed In action oh-Mar 5lh, 1317. He was previously a mem- ber of the R. N. W. M. ,P. as Se'rgL- .Major under Supt. Primrose in1 lood. He has two brothers I'D khaki. His parents live iD dear old Ireland. Sergt. X S. Lane [3 reported wound- ed and in hospital in England. He one of the boys iu sport, baring plsyed bali-back in the bid soccer team here. 'Pte. Frank Tatharu of Uie epgineer- corps -Is visiting' .Slaclebd; and loofclng for recruits, The death of Mrs. Sarah Finch al number of olhers Ins -wheal all neil be seed- WARNER Warner, May In this district has proceeded with great strides during the past ten days) and at tHls writing It Is safe to say that the bulk of the wheat seeding 1s com- pleted, A good many hundred acres of wheat have been ofeccd In, due to Ibe late ceason and the InabUlty of farmers to gel their spring .plowing done. Wheat sowed during tha posl month Is now up, In many fields hav Ins dado A growth of two Inches, anr Trlth (he prevailing warm weather ,'t would appear that wheat will catch up to the usual average In farm Ing growth at June 1. gasoline is being 1ng operations' uacd this More In farni year fn light farm tractors, and by this means tho acreage put Info wheat will be jboul the same as last with perhaps a alight Increase. TABER Taber, War fine weather oi Ihe past 10 days has made a grcaj difference In crop- conditions In the Tabcr dlatrlcl. About 80 per ceni, o the wheat north of the C.P.K. track has been seeded. Southeast o{ town 60 lo GO per southwest of town 70 per cenu Alhwhcat wlli Le seedct bj May 20 If Ihe'.wcalher fine. All early HOTTO wheat Is up and Iho stand appears to bo excellent. There Is sufficient moisture to last until June 3. The acreage for wheal' will be auonL ihe same ae lasl'ycar. Then will fie breaking Sone this year for next year's croj. LEGAL NOTICE Cranbroot message, was In Cranbrook conveying the ;ad intelligence that Trueman 0. was drowned In (he Moyte tiver near Yahk. It appears from In- ormatlon received that ho ivas drlv- a team onJ loaded with >oles over a lemporarr bridge '.he bridge collapsed. As the water In of May, suffering from a gunshot vouu'l in LU left arm. Ho enlisted vlth a Vnlvrrelly IlattaHon last May. was transferred lo another unit on reaching England, and went Into tbe Irencues n month ago. Leightou was known In athletic circles both In Lethbrltlge and Calgary, having at- Lcuded, school In the latter place for five years. lie was a member of Ihe ILllLlium soccer team during Iho 19U season. At the Camp Hughes boxing tournameul Inst October be reached the rinnls in his class, losing to Dob ex-professional pugilist by three points only. Previous to [its enlisting he was a member of Uie Hank or Montreal staff of this clly nnd for n. sLon time JJigh niver. Among other casuaUIcs reported todty are C. A. Goodlng, Cardslon. killed In action; S, Rohne, CArdslon, wounded; Vulcan, wounded. In (ho Herald on May 4th. it was reported that Corp. D. E. WJfeou had died of wounds. Mrs, Wilson, how- ever, bos learned that tho report unlnie. Corp. Alison was officially reported wounOed on April 13th, remained on duty. Xo further report ._.._.._. ;he Movie at the present lime" Is uotlhos been reccivtd, Lhougli the "ery deep it is presumed Ihni he cither killed by Ihe load falling on ilm seriously injured to ex- rapt himself from beneath and drown- ed. He leases lo mourn his loss a widow aud three small children residing on Hanson Avenue. extend our icartlelt sympathy lo the tereaved family. WILL CONTINUE TRADING. linncapolis, Minn., May Tho board of directors of the Minneapolis chamber of commerce, at a special meeting today, decided to continue trading in May 'wheat. department has inveslisaieu and found liim lo be sllllon duly. MINISTER GETS A STRAIGHT TIP FROM WINNIPEG May lelegram has been sent lq Hon. T. W. Crolhcrs, min- ister cf labor, by A. E. Boyle, secret- ary of the Winnipeg board of tredo urging that the minister continue his efforts bride about Immediate set- tlement" of labor troubles weslern cxial mines." are says Ihe mes- sage, "that effect on general business conditions be serious I [work Is not resumed soon." tat purest Soap in the world The inducements offered with common somps can-' opt mtlte up for the tavtntted purity of Sunlight Soap. -n( Notice to Creditors n the Matttr of the ot Sam Sadowski, doing builnett At- the Oily o( Uihbridgt, in the Province ol Alberta as a General Merchanl AJnder the name and Bt'yle of The "Western Mercantile Company, In solvent. XOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint the above named insolvent. Sam iailowBkl. at the City of Lelhhriilgp, n the Province ot Alberto, carrying on business as a Genera? Merchant, has made an assignment of his eatate and effects lo the British Canadian Trust Comnany, Official Assignee, for Ihe general benefit pi his Creditors, under the proTlslona of Ihe "Assign- ments fcelug Chapter C bt the Statutes of Alberta, 1907 and amend- ments thereto. The Creditors are (0 mMt at He office of the British Canadian Trust Company In Lhe City-ol bridge al the hwir of lour o'clock In the atternooD on Monday the 2Slh day ol May A. D. 1017, (or the purpose of receiving a statement ot the atfiJrs at the said Insolvent, for the appoint- ing ol Inspectors and for the giving oi directions with reference to Uwdls- posal of the estate. Every Creditor or person claiming to lie entitled (o rank on the estate as- signed Is required lo deliver or semi post prepaid, particulars at his claim to the said Company or or before tho 12th day ot July, 1317, such claim to lie verified by a Statutory Declaration and auch vouchers as" the case per- mltg and lo stale whether ha holds any security for his claim or any part thereof, and lo nut a specified value on such security, It any, In accordance with the said Acl. And notice la further siren that after the 12th day of July A. D. 19n. Ihe said Company shall proceed to dls tribute tho estate of the :alil Insolvent under the said Acl, having regard only lo nuch claims of which II nhall have notice at ench of dfsfrlhtf- tlon. Dalcd al l.othSrWsc, (his 12lh day of Mny, A. 1317. British Canadian Trust Company, Official Assignee. Ad, 3. AKUJIEW R 11000, .Solicitor foi- the Assignee, SUNSHINE Moist Wilrni Air FURNACES YOU WILL SAVE BY PLACIN3 AN ORDER FOR YOUH Fl-RNACE.NOW RADIUM COUNTRY WORK'A SPECIALTY THE DIXQI SHEET METftt GO, REAR STAFFORD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE mmm (Krom Our Own Correspondent) Warner, May destroyed ifternoo% tUo largo bam of Ss i.erflnewcll ID town, destroying lareo ciuahtliy of hay, but no stock, ud willing workers EUTed most or ho harness. Tlie or the fire s a mystery, but (or an liour llio otcl and In serious dan- from Hying embers, and tlirco ucket brigades lud their work cut ut to keou those buildings Irom alcliliig as well OS Iho A. P, bar- acks acro59-tbc road. Pit (SpMaV to the Utrald) ncher CreeV, Pt' ry, of Twin has received I tic c-ws that Kriiest JIarper, ono'ot the toys >vbu enlleieil'V'lth a In luchor Creek. Uas been wouudcd by tliell which killed two of Ms cotu- iides. nowa of Sam Ifalton. ho wounded. Las been received Iho family. Sam writes that ho la u hosiiflal In "IUfghty" suffering urn Lu both legs above tbe uees. The bullet went clean through. doing and expects (o bo TANK STEAMER SUNK. ew 6.45S Ion llritlsli tanker San Urbauo. which a .Uoilcan ol! April J2 for Iho United Klostloui, ho: been Gunk by a Eulmiarino (irlor to Aiirll io. -No uiDullou ia made us to the ol tho 4S lucu on toard. The San I'rtmno wat built la 1913 and xas dcsljued to carry tons or oil'. Spring Days are Joy Days for the man or woman who is wise enough to jump from the heavy foods of Winter to the cereals, fruits and green vegetables of Spring. Two or three Wheat SiseuUs with berries and milk'and some green vegetables make a delicious, nourishing meal Puts the body in top-notch condition for the day's work. Made in Canada BIG PRIZE CONTEST on Royal Crown Soap STARTS MAY 15th FOR COYS AN'D GIRLS (UNDER SIXTEEN YEARS OF AGE) 5 Gold Filled Watches. 5 Grajihophon'cs. 5 Sterling Silver Watches. Other Prizes. TWENTY-SIX PRIZES ALTOGETHER BOYS'AND NOW FOR PARTICULARS The Royal "Crown Soaps Ltd. Calgmrjr AUCTION SALE OF' Household Furniture' TOMORROW, MAY 15th AT 711 TWELFTH STKBET A. SOUTH W. L. WILSON, IS INSTRUCTED BY MRS. KINGSTON TO SELL THE FOLLOWING 1 Iron IcJ, spring and mattrm; 1 eanltary couch; 2 dressers nnd slontls; 1 cheat of drawers; 1 1 "c.Tlcnslon latye; 4'cano scafchalrs; rt roakora; 1 niorrla clvair; 2 email 1 cupbonril; occaalonnl tables; slalr carpel; linoleum; 1 IJQX couch; 1 Look cnac; 1 fall leaf table; 1 2-hoit oil stove; L 4liolo coal store; small 1 set sbcWes; dUbes; kitchen uicnalla, etc. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE On Wednesday, May 16, at 2 p.m. AT WILSON'S AUCTION OALLEUIKS DOMl'Niofi BLOCK Having removed the conTents of collage on Sixth Street South, will Bell ihe following: 1 1 hrara bed, spring and waitress; 1 white enamel and maltreat; 1 white enatncl chiffonier; 1 sal In w.ilnut chiffonier; 1 (uraed oak pzlcnaion lable; 1 set mission" oak diners; chairs; 1 "hall mirror; occasional centre, tables; i couch; oild 2 wnafl.BtanJn; 1 kitchen cupboard, glass from; 1 kitchen vralncnali Rlmosl new; dishes; kitchen utensils nnd many olh9r WILL 'ALSO OFFER SUBJECT TO A LOW RESERVE BIP, 1 UPRtOriT SQUARE PIANO AND 1 TERMS CASH, W. L, Aucliortetr, photie 102? GOODS HOW'ON VIEW C, ;